Water Damage Restoration, LA
There are many variables to consider when choosing a water restoration company. You want to make certain that the company is local, licensed, knowledgeable, and also possesses the appropriate equipment to successfully eliminate water damage with minimum destruction and disruption to your property.
J&T meets and surpasses all expectations when it comes to water restoration.
Our friendly technicians can handle any size job using advanced drying techniques to restore soaked structural materials to their original state. These same drying techniques can be utilized to inhibit the growth of harmful pathogens like mold while saving furniture, flooring, electronics, and documents.
Water is responsible for more interior property damage than any other substance, so it is critical to address water damage and its after-effects right away. Our team of experts will get your home or business back on its feet as soon as possible with advanced & basic repairs.
Once you call us, we quickly dispatch a technician to assess the amount of water damage in the loss location and the number of rooms and/or floors affected. After our assessment, we review the scope of the restoration work with you in detail.
- Water extraction – First, we extract standing water from all floor coverings (carpet, wood flooring, tile, vinyl). Until the water is removed, it can continue to damage the building’s structure and contents. Our technician determines if the pad and floor coverings can be dried out in place or if they must be removed.
- Detection – We use moisture detection tools to monitor water damage in materials including drywall/plaster, trim work, and cabinets. When we determine how saturated materials are, we either: dry them in place using specialized equipment, remove the materials, or employ a combination of both methods.
- Drying – We determine the amount and type of drying equipment needed. In most cases, we install a combination of drying fans, dehumidifiers, and negative air machines. We examine many factors (such as when the loss occurred, the magnitude of water damage, and the size of the affected areas) to determine the best drying strategy to utilize, as well as the quantity of equipment necessary.